Friday, January 8, 2010

News On The Horizon 1/8/2010

Checking in on… the Horizon League--Rush The Court

Historic Hinkle Fieldhouse--Stadium Journey Development Blog
The State of the Other 24: Week 4--The Mid-Majority

3. Butler (Horizon League), 99.533, 10-4 (3-0)

After all the hubbub about the Bulldogs earlier this season, Butler has quietly climbed back up the TS-24 Ratings. While there's a distinct line between them and Northern Iowa, #3 in these ratings is pretty solid. All they did last week was try to prove they're head-and-shoulders above the rest of the teams in the Horizon League by pounding Green Bay and Milwaukee. Tomorrow night they'll face an incredible challenge, playing Wright State (#23 in the TS-24 Ratings) on the road. Should they win that game, and win Sunday at Detroit, the Bulldogs will have at least a two game lead on almost everyone in the entire league (sans Green Bay, which they already beat).

Ex-Pendleton star battles back with Wright State--The Indy Star
Brownell: Butler looks about the same--Indy Star Butler Insider
Fox Sports Indiana To Televise Butler-Detroit
LIVE BLOG: Men's Basketball at Green

Cleveland State steadies down the stretch to defeat Loyola-Chicago, 62-57--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cole's 20 Points Leads CSU Past Loyola,

Klein's Double-Double Not Enough as Vikings Fall at Loyola,

Detroit To Host Valparaiso In HL’s ESPNU Game Of The

Allen's Key 3-Pointer Helps Propel the Titans to Third Straight

The Pavilion, UIC Flames--Stadium Journey Development Blog
Penguins' strong finish overwhelms UIC--The Chicago Sun-Times
Buttell Scores 31 In Men's Basketball's 76-67 Loss At Youngstown
Men's Basketball Collides With Cleveland State This
Cedrick Banks Named To Mid-Major All-Decade

Everyone Gets Involved As Women's Basketball Beats Youngstown State,

3 more games on tap for
Vikings, Cole trip Ramblers--The Chicago Sun-Times
Loyola fades down stretch against Cleveland St.--Daily Herald
Second-Half Comeback Not Enough As Loyola Fall At Cleveland State,
Loyola Travels To Youngstown State In Search Of First Win Of

Rivals now teammates--The Post-Tribune
Loyola Protects Home Floor, Knocks Off Cleveland State,

Stingy Phoenix improve to 14-0--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Handles Wright State Improving to 3-0 in Conference
Unbeaten Green Bay (3-0) and Detroit (2-0) Ready for League Showdown

Saturday Matinee at Milwaukee Ahead for Green Bay Men's

Panthers Finally Home, Host Green Bay

Panthers Fall In Heartbreaker To Detroit,
UWM Looks To Bounce Back Against Wright

Titans improved under ex-IU aide--The Post-Tribune
Bouchie leaves Evansville--Off The Mark
VU men's basketball team set for a Horizon road trip--The NWI Times
Bouchie leaves Evansville--Region Sports Extra

Valpo Women Set to Battle Instate Rival Butler

Wright State's Duggins primed for Butler--Dayton Daily News
Preview: Wright State vs. Butler--Dayton Daily News
With WSU-Butler, expect anything
One day from showdown--Mark Katz's Blog
Ranking WSU’s wins against the Top 25--Through the Arch

Wojta leads Wisconsin-GB past Wright State women--Fairborn Daily Herald
Women's Basketball Drops 68-41 Decision at #18 Green

UIC’s big run dooms Youngstown State women--Youngstown Vindicator
Two Big Runs Lift UIC Past Youngstown State,

Penguins douse Flames to earn first Horizon win--Youngstown Vindicator
Penguins notch first Horizon win--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Penguins Use Final Run to Earn First Horizon League Win,
Penguins Close out Homestand With Critical Tilt Against

Men's Basketball Scoreboard - Jan. 7--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- Jan. 7--The Horizon League

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